Robin Maynard


Robin Maynard is an Investigator & Adjudicator focusing on investigating allegations of sexual misconduct, sexual harassment, gender-related violence, child abuse, and protected class discrimination and harassment.  Much of Robin’s investigation work is done on behalf of K-12 schools, higher-ed institutions and faith-based organizations. Robin also adjudicates such matters on behalf of institutions, including acting as a hearing officer at live hearings. She has conducted independent fact-finding investigations for entities, including investigations into alleged misconduct, discrimination, harassment, and child abuse. Robin brings a unique background to her practice as she is a former Assistant Hennepin County Attorney. As a prosecutor she worked in Adult Criminal Court, Juvenile Court and Family Court. In Family Court, Robin represented the State in child support matters. In Juvenile Court Robin worked with individual juveniles, families, social workers, probation officers and Child Protection Services to ensure the best outcomes for accused juveniles as well as victims.  Robin was specifically trained to address the needs and rights of juveniles and victims.   She spent most of her time at Hennepin County in Adult Criminal Court prosecuting a range of criminal felony offenses, including sexual assault, attempted murder and murder. Additionally, Robin previously worked as an adjunct faculty member at William Mitchell College of Law.